CD 1: 01. Younger 02. Daddy's Girl 03. Baby We All Gotta Go Down 04. Long Black Train 05. My Lucky Day 06. Kill The Mockingbird 07. Darkest Night ?? HoF 08. It's A Fucked Up World 09. I'll Treat You Right Someday 10. Black Cat Bone 11. When Hammer Came Down CD 2: 01. Lester Young 02. Collision Course 03. Follow Me 04. Burn 05. Then She Remembers 06. Carry A Torch 07. That's What You Always Say 08. Carolyn CD 3: 01. Top Of The Hill 02. Black Magic Woman 03. One By One 04. Still Holding On To You... Topics: Steve Wynn, Gutterball, House of Freaks Source: AUD
Disc 1 (02:30:29) 01 Younger 02 Daddy's Girl 03 Baby, We All Gotta Go Down 04 Long Black Train 05 My Lucky Day 06 Kill The Mockingbird 07 Darkest Night (House of Freaks) 08 It's A Fucked Up World 09 I'll Treat You Right Someday 10 Black Cat Bone 11 When Hammer Came Down 12 Lester Young 13 Collision Course 14 Follow Me 15 Burn 16 Then She Remembers 17 Carry A Torch 18 That's What You Always Say 19 Carolyn 20 Top Of The Hill (drop out) 21 Black Magic Woman 22 One By One 23 Still Holding On To You... Topic: Gutterball, Steve Wynn Quartet, House of Freaks Source: Audience > Beyerdynamic MCE 10.11 N(C) > Sony TCD-D3 > DAT Master 48KHz - 16bit
On January 12, 2005, Steve Wynn gave permission via Jeff Lester for shows to be hosted at the Archive. This includes various lineups: both Dream Syndicate (prefix ds) and Gutterball (prefix gutter) have separate sections here, while a further Steve Wynn (wynn) section can hold various other material, including Danny and Dusty.
wow, that Archive.Org things is very very cool. I'd be very happy to be a part of it and if you want to get things rolling that would be great. I've always been cool with the idea of taping and trading and, in fact, feel that we would be appreciated by the Deadhead-type crowd so maybe this will give us an introduction to many new people who would like our music...
and Steve also wrote:
I am looking forward to being a part of your website. I know there are a lot of people out there who trade tapes/CDs of my live shows and I think that's great. It's nice to see the music live on after the gig is over.
...I can vouch for the inclusion of Gutterball, Dream Syndicate, Danny and Dusty as well as my own stuff. It's all pretty heavily traded anyway so the more, the merrier.
Steve Wynn's Taping and Trading Policy as of 1/19/2005:
This policy applies to any of Steve's concerts as a solo act (including the Miracle 3 and other acoustic and electric bands like Quartet and Quintet), and Steve's primary bands the Dream Syndicate, Gutterball, and Danny and Dusty.
Audience audiotaping and videotaping is permitted at Steve Wynn shows, but please do not interfere with other fans enjoyment of the shows. The enjoyment of the audience should take precedence over recording efforts, so at no time should tapers ever require
other patrons to be quiet or move or otherwise interfere with their enjoyment of the show. Soundboard taping is sometimes allowed, but at Steve's discretion. Soundboard taping is not desirable at small clubs where the soundboard mix is unbalanced and lacking in guitars. Soundboard taping must be coordinated through Steve, so get in touch beforehand or be present at load-in/soundcheck. Fan recording of Steve Wynn concerts is authorized for non-commercial purposes only. Unauthorized sale, duplication and/or distribution is strictly forbidden. All Steve Wynn performances and recordings are the exclusive property of Steve Wynn.